Strengthening Security Program Outcomes with Managed XDR

Presented by

Dave Gruber, ESG; Naser Al-Naser, BlackBerry

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As enterprise infrastructures have expanded in scope and complexity, so too have the cyberthreats that target them. In today’s digital-first environment, legacy security controls are unlikely to be able to stand up to the volume and sophistication of these attacks. Even newer security software may be overwhelming and require nuanced human intervention, which is not always accessible due to the continuing security skills shortage. To address this, some organizations are turning to managed extended detection and response (XDR) services, to strengthen their cybersecurity capabilities. Managed XDR can be useful not just for greater technological heft, but also for advanced strategies and expert assistance. Security programs must simultaneously handle prevention, detection, response, and recovery, in order to reduce the impact of any potential cyberattack. ESG has found that, by outsourcing to an experienced managed XDR vendor, organizations have reported both improved security efficacy and operational efficiency. From noise and cost reduction to security program development, identifying the right partner could make all the difference in your security outcomes. In this webinar from BlackBerry and ESG, industry experts will assess the full impact that managed XDR can have on security programs. Tune in to learn more about: — The challenges security operations teams are facing today — What makes a managed XDR service different from a traditional MDR service — How managed XDR can be leveraged in high-risk situations, in real time — What the security program long game could look like, with XDR support — And much more

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